A week ago, Anie and I celebrated our third wedding anniversary (and tenth overall as a couple) by heading north to Baguio. It was our first anniversary with Seven, so even though we've been to Baguio many times before, we were excited to visit the City of Pines once again. It was good timing as the weather was cool, no rain, the city wasn't packed, and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Camp John Hay's The Manor. Great quality time.
Sharing with you more photos of Seven and some snapshots of Baguio...
We can't wait to take Seven on a plane ride as soon as he's good to go. Till then, these road trips should be fine. Thank God for the safe travel! =)
Father to Seven. Prefers to be called "Pop" because Daddy is too sosyal, Papa can mean boyfriend / boy-toy or a ketchup, Tatay is too un-sosyal, and Popsie is just three letters too much. I don't like the cola because it's too sweet, but I esteem coach Gregg Popovich because he gets the job done. So Pop it is.